There’s a big discussion this period in the Italian Parliament about the Council tax whether it should be abolished either completely or for a subset of people.
A tour on a punt from the St. John College:
My first week of work has gone.
Actually I like the place where I am and also people who are there.
First of all I can go to work walking and it takes just 15 minutes!
In Rome I drove 90 minutes at least each day and drive after work it is not nice at all!
Then, here it rains most of the time: fortunately it stops when I go to work and when I come back – I’m serious… – but it still sucks having a cloudy sky outside while working.
Starting from Rome I went to New York for a while, and came back, writing a new chapter in my life.
After the graduation I got a job in Italy and after an academic life – that kept me busy for at least 20 years – I started work. Continua a leggere
Mosaic is the art of creating images with an assemblage of small pieces of colored glass, stone, or other materials.
During last months I collected more than 2 thousands pictures of U.S. and I was looking around a way to use them. So The idea of making awith them came to me.
The problem with this kind of composition is the right measuring of every tile: to have a good mosaic usually it takes about thousands and thousands of pictures. Continua a leggere
Some of the most frequent asked questions to an italian guy living in New York by Italians.
- Is New York a clean city?
No, it is not al all. And there is everywhere a bad smell. (Not kidding)
- Do you eat at McDonalds every day for lunch/dinner?
No, I cook by myself.
Now I live in Manhattan. And yes, when you say it you have to pronounce ‘h’ too.
Now there are 3 line of subway between me and office: I get 10 minutes more in the morning but if I want to go to the center I get 20 minutes less than before.
And new owner it’s not a bastard like the old one. Continua a leggere
Musical Time in New York.
- Everything taste sweet in America. I mean with a taste of sugar.
- I burn almost everything in the pan.
- At all when the cooker is on.
- And they have always been from here since birth.
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